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Megan C. ...For about four years now, I have hosted Japanese students each August for about one week. I hope to bring the raw experience of speaking casual Japanese to my curriculum and help my students understand how to communicate. I find it important to practice actually speaking rather than just learning vocabulary and grammar.
2 Subjects: including Japanese, statistics
$40.00/hr
Houston, TX
Aarthi N. ...I have completed level 2 or N 2 in JLPT and jetro J 3. I was also an assistant professor of Microbiology in India. I would love to teach science and Japanese.
3 Subjects: including Japanese, microbiology, genetics
$45.00/hr
Houston, TX
Mathew N. ...Having judged at the Texas French Symposium on numerous occasions, my input for judging art lead to several changes in longstanding policies. Throughout life, art has played a very important role. Having had formal training from a young age, I have taught/tutored painting (oil, acrylic and watercolor), drawing (ink, pencil, charcoal, pastel) and mixed media.
17 Subjects: including Japanese, French, writing, precalculus
$45.00/hr
Houston, TX
Hiro T. I have over fifteen years of experience in teaching Japanese to high school students, university students and young professionals. Many of them are planning to take JLPT so I have been helping them work on N5-N1 levels. Originally my friends asked me to teach them some Japanese when I was living in Tokyo more than 15 years ago, and that's how I started it.
12 Subjects: including Japanese, Microsoft Excel, Adobe Photoshop, soccer
$40.00/hr
Houston, TX
Edward S. ...For example, it is normal and good manners for someone speaking Japanese to pause between thoughts much longer than English speakers do. Other aspects of Japanese will only apply in a business setting. For example, Japanese speakers can decline a business proposal by responding, “I would like t...
1 Subject: Japanese
$40.00/hr
Houston, TX